Office 365 Basics for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013: BI Collaboration, Document Management, and Unified Communications

Workers want to access business data whenever, wherever, and on whatever device they choose. And that means cloud services are becoming a better fit for more companies, according to Jannik Bausager, the Director of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Global Product Management team. 

The Dynamics NAV team's vision for enabling cloud-based access to a broader range of structured and unstructured data relies on Office 365 to incorporate elements of document management, BI, collaboration, and unified communication.  Increasingly, companies want access to those services without investing in infrastructure, said Bausager, who was speaking at a recent online meeting of NAVUG.


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